Create a working budget

you will develop a working budget (not a start-up budget) for a childcare center. Your budget must include a minimum of 3 revenue items (funding streams) and 8 expenditures. Tuition is 1 funding stream, so breaking it down into age groups does not count as separate revenue items.When operating a childcare center, revenue is generated from multiple sources. These can include, but are not limited to tuition, USDA food service reimbursement (free and reduced meal program), application/registration fees, fundraising, donor dollars, grants, etc.A good rule of thumb when developing a budget for an operational childcare center is to keep costs (expenditures) as follows:·         Personnel costs (this includes payroll taxes) = 70%·         Facility costs including utilities = 10%·         Equipment costs = 5%·         Supplies = 3%·         Food = 3%·         All other categories = 9%Remember that centers most often operate with a 20% reduction in capacity, so creating a budget based on 100% enrollment is not typically realistic.

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